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Nieuwsbrief januari 2020 / Newsletter January 2020

Information IND

Aanvraag voor een verblijfsvergunning au pair

Normbedragen geldig van 1 juli 2019 t/m 31 december 2019

Gastgezin met een echtpaar/ongehuwd samenwonenden ​
Sv-loon per maand zonder vakantiegeld € 2.453,40
Sv-loon per maand met vakantiegeld ​€ 2.649,68
​Gastgezin met een alleenstaande ouder ​
Sv-loon per maand zonder vakantiegeld € 1.962,72
Sv-loon per maand met vakantiegeld ​€ 2.119,75

Normbedragen geldig van 1 januari 2020 t/m 30 juni 2020

Gastgezin met een echtpaar/ongehuwd samenwonenden ​
Sv-loon per maand zonder vakantiegeld € 2.480,40
Sv-loon per maand met vakantiegeld ​€ 2.678,84
​Gastgezin met een alleenstaande ouder ​
Sv-loon per maand zonder vakantiegeld € 1.984,32
Sv-loon per maand met vakantiegeld ​€ 2.143,07

* Sv-loon

Het sv-loon is het sociale verzekeringsloon. Dit is het loon waarover u belastingen en premies betaalt. Uw sv-loon staat op uw loonstrook. Soms wordt de naam ‘loon (voor) loonheffing’ gebruikt.

Kunt u het sv-loon niet vinden op uw loonstrook? Bekijk dan uw loongegevens op Mijn UWV. Ga naar www.uwv.nl en log in met uw DigiD.

Leges IND

Per 1 janauri j.l. heeft de IND de leges voor de verblijfsvergunning van de au pair verhoogd van € 285 naar € 290

SNAPS Event Kalender 2020

Month Event
February 2020 Karaoke, DJ wintergames event with typical Dutch food
May 2020 Efteling event, amusement parc with treasure hunt
June / July 2020 Beach event
September 2020 Old fashion Dutch Games en BBQ event with live DJ
November 2020 International Au Pair Event

 

Newsletter Janaury 2020

Application for a residence permit as an au pair

Required amounts valid from 1 January  2020 until 30 June, 2020 

Host family of a married/unmarried couple living together 
Sv-loon per month without holiday allowance ​€ 2,453.40
​​​​​​Sv-loon per month with holiday allowance ​€ 2,649.68
Host family of single parent ​
Sv-loon per month without holiday allowance ​€ 1,962.72
​​​​​​​Sv-loon per month with holiday allowance ​€ 2,119.75

Required amounts valid from 1 January 2020 until 30 June 2020

Host family of a married/unmarried couple living together 
Sv-loon per month without holiday allowance ​€ 2,480.40
​​​​​​Sv-loon per month with holiday allowance ​€ 2,678.84
Host family of single parent ​
Sv-loon per month without holiday allowance ​€ 1,984.32
​​​​​​​Sv-loon per month with holiday allowance ​€ 2,143.07

How does the IND calculate my income?

​The way your income is calculated is different for each type of income. On this page you will read for each type of income how your income is calculated.

​Income from paid employment

To see if your income is high enough the IND compares your sv-loon with the required amount.

The required amount is a monthly salary

Are your paid every 4 weeks? Then you should first calculate your monthly income.

  1. First, calculate your yearly income: your sv-loon per 4 weeks x 13.
  2. Second, calculate your monthly income: your yearly income / 12.

Holiday allowance

You may include the holiday allowance in your income. The required amounts are given with holiday allowance and without holiday allowance.

Is your holiday allowance paid once a year? Then look at the required amount without holiday allowance. Is your income to low? Then calculate your income with holiday allowance. Compare this monthly income including the holiday allowance with the required amount with holiday allowance.

Is your holiday allowance paid every month? Then compare your income with the required amount with holiday allowance.

Irregular income or benefits in kind

Irregular income is income that you receive on top of your standard fixed salary. For example, because you are paid a surcharge for irregular working hours or shiftwork, hazardous surcharge or are paid overtime. Or if you receive benefits in kind. You may include this irregular income if you receive it structurally. Structurally means at least 11 times in the 12 months before the application for the residence permit.

Do you receive irregular income? Then the IND looks at your income of the last 12 months before the application. Your income is sufficient if you have been paid the required amount at least 11 times.

 

Income as a self-employed person

The IND looks at your average profit per financial year. When submitting the application the IND will always ask you to send information about your profit of the current financial year, the most recently closed financial year and the next-to-last financial year. But your income is sufficient when your average monthly profit of the last 18 months before the application equals at least the required amount with holiday allowance.

In the appendix Declaration on income of self-employed person you can read which supporting documents you must enclose. You fill out this declaration with your accountant or administrator.

Income from benefits received

The IND compares the sv-loon of your social benefit with the required amount. The social benefit you receive should equal at least the required amount.

Income from own funds

The IND looks at the own funds you have filed with the tax agency (Belastingdienst) in the year before your application. For example, you submit an application in 2018. The IND looks at the own capital you have filed in the tax filing over 2017.

To calculate your income from own funds the IND looks at the benefit from the base of savings and investments. You have calculated this with your tax filing. You calculate the benefit from the base of savings and investments to a monthly amount. This monthly amount should at least equal the required amount with holiday allowance.

Fees IND

Per January 1st, 2020  the IND has increased the fee for the au pair’s residence permit from € 285 to € 290

 

SNAPS Event Calendar for the au pairs 2020

Month Event
February 2020 Karaoke, DJ winter games event with typical Dutch food
May 2020 Efteling event, amusement parc with treasure hunt
June / July 2020 Beach event
September 2020 Old fashion Dutch Games en BBQ event with live DJ
November 2020 International Au Pair Event

 

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